Considered the finest of Tequilas, it's aged in wood for one year or more and is usually sipped slowly, as one would a fine Cognac. Don't even think of wasting it on a margarita; savor it from a wineglass.
Partida Anejo. Aged for 18 months, this anejo is amber in color, deeply aromatic and full-flavored in a refined way. Pine, sawdust, dried fruit, Asian spice, honey, caramel, toasted almond and leafy herb are among the aromas and flavors that unfold in the glass. The finish is long, rich and with a slight creaminess.